Central City Opera House Association (Central City, Colo.)
Found in 1529 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Black and white photograph of a set design sketch by Donald Oenslager for an unknown scene in the 1947 Central City Opera House production of Beethoven's 'Fidelio.'
Abstract Black and white photograph of two unidentified performers in a scene during a 1970 production of the opera 'Tosca' at an unknown theater.
Abstract Program for "A Doll's House" produced by the Central City Opera House Association and Richard Aldrich. Cast includes: Ruth Gordon (Nora Helmer), Inga Hill (Ellen), Harold Johnsrud (Porter), Walter Slezak (Thorwald Helmer), Margaret Waller (Christina Linden), Dennis King (Doctor Rank), Sam Jaffe (Nils Krogstad), Hope Landin (Anna), Larry Hawkins (Emmy), Bud Hawkins (Ivar), and Roger Thomas (Thor).Production Staff includes: Donald Oenslager (scenic/costume design), Jed...
Dates: July-August 1937
Abstract Script for the public service television program concerning the production '...And Perhaps Happiness,' written by Thomas Hornsby Ferrill in 'A Salute to Central City' which aired from 9:30-100 pm on August 11, 1958 on station KLZ-TV, channel 7, in Denver, Colorado. Show produced by Richard E. Cook of the California Academy of Sciences, Staged by James Edvon of KLZ-TV, and directed by Jack Carver, KLZ-TV.
Dates: 1958 August 11
Abstract This file contains photographs from the 1960 festival production of 'A thurber Carnival,' at the Cenral City Opera House.
Abstract File folder contains biographical material and photographs from Central City Opera House Apprentice Artist, Sharon Abel who was with the CCOH during the 1976 festival.
Abstract File folder contains biographical material from Central City Opera House Assistant Music Directory, David Abell. Mr. Abell worked with the CCOHA during the 1980 festival season.
Abstract File folder contains biographical material from Central City Opera House performer, tenor Javier Abreu. Mr. Abreu performed with the CCOHA during the 2004 festival season
Dates: 1942 - 1988
Found in: Special Collections and Archives
Abstract Folder contains; program from Houston Grand Opera 2000 season performance of Little Women, CCOHA publication for the 2001 season of the regional premiere of Little Women, and biography printed from the G. Schirmer website.